During the second night of B-Block action in the 2020 G1 Climax, Juice Robinson picked up a victory over KENTA. That victory came at quite the crappy cost.
In his post-match interview, Juice Robinson admitted to having the shit literally kicked out of him by the former Hideo Itami. Juice proclaimed that he'd "sharted" before going on to explain to the Japanese contingents around him what that was, just in case they were unaware.
"I want to be literal for a second. I'm going to be literal. Are you ready? Literally, KENTA kicked the shit out of me. You know that means? He kicked the shit out of me. I ain't kidding. It ain't a figure speech. I might have to check my underwear because I may have sharted... Probably sharted. Do you know what a shart is? When you think it's a fart [but] it's a little bit more. Yeah, I sharted. Poopsie daisy," said Juice.
Robinson isn't the only one to get a let a juicy one rip over the years, far from it. In fact, he joined the pantheon Hall of Fame names that have crapped themselves in-ring.
During a match in South Africa, Stone Cold Steve Austin was slammed so hard by Yokozuna that he crapped his trunks on impact. Yokozuna also crapped himself while in the ring with Bret Hart.
Many people have heard the story from Bruce Prichard of Andre the Giant pooping on the chest of Bad News Brown and CM Punk infamously crapped himself in the middle of a SmackDown television match against Dean Ambrose. But only one wrestler history has ever been said to crap themselves in the main event of WrestleMania.
According to popular wrestling folklore, rumor, and innuendo, in 1997, The Undertaker lifted Sid up for his Tombstone Piledriver at WrestleMania 13 and got a whiff of the fecal matter of “The Man Who Rules The World.”
What can you say? Shit happens. At least Juice Robinson is in elite company.